|Quoting GDB (Reply 4):|
Sky is just allowing Fulford to make an ass of himself for our amusement, Fulford is probably happy to do this for the fee.
|Quoting TheSorcerer (Thread starter):|
going on about how women should stay in the house and never go out to work
|Quoting TFSPhoto (Reply 6):|
The above quote is total crap. Im living with my girlfriend as 3 kids, i earn enough (or did till i walked out today!) to support them without my partner having to work. My typical routine, or should i say our, I leave for work at 4am, and dont return till 4-5pm depending on where i go.. I always tidy the house before i goto bed, and make the kids packups for school for the following day.. My partner doesnt like me doing this as her ex made her do it as he was a bone idle slob who thought a womens place was in the kitchen.. Wrong!
While im at work, my partner does washing and stuff, which i do at weekends or whenever i can to help out.. baring in mind the kids are 5, 3 and 1.. the eldest two are in school so she gets up to take them to school for 9am, comes home does whatever she has to do and then look after Aarron, the 1 yr old. When i come home thats her time out, as she goes out to work, part-time as extra cash because she doesnt want to be in the house all day.. while she out, i look after the kids and do whatever i can to help us out in the house, weather it be washing pots, ironing or cleaning..
I dont believe in one way relationships or certainly not that a womens place is in the kitchen!
|Quoting Skidmarks (Reply 8):|
Ah, what a man. Keep women barefoot and pregnant, chained to the sink! Big grin
Lew, I'm with you. Both me and the missus work full time, she does shifts and I'm 9 - 5, so we have to share the onerous duties of household management. We have 2 hulking great teeneagers who seem to think that the house fairy comes along and does everything.
People who treat anyone as an inferior species are a sarnie short of a picnic in my view. When you take up with a partner, be it married or just living together, you do so to share life and all it's good bits and bad. This includes the chores. I HATE ironing, but, when the wife is on earlies, and comes home knackered, I'll get stuck in and do my bit. Same with cooking and the other stuff.
Share and share alike, and the chauvanists and other tossers should take note.
But, I think the title "Why England's F*cked" is a tad misleading. Still, if it gets people talking............ Big grin
|Quoting Amy (Reply 10):|
And more power to the both of you! Big respect to you, guys.